Lately I've become a huge fan of these so called 'legal' walls. These historic walls were originally part of the Venice Pavilion that was built in 1961. The specific area where these walls are located was called "The Pit" or the "Graffiti Pit". During this period the walls were often painted with graffiti style murals. It was technically illegal to paint the walls then, but was generally tolerated by the Police and was loved by the community.
In Creative Unity (ICU Art), a Venice-based graffiti art production company has been serving as the Curator for the walls since this time. I'm on a kick where I want an 'open wall' in DC.
Giving thanks. - This year I am thankful for all of my friends who have stuck with me over the last three years. Next year is going to be "my year". When I finally heed eve...
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